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Pickup, light-truck supplies get skimpy

Inventory levels industrywide have dropped to an estimated 2.55 million, with the steepest declines among pickups and other light trucks.

Trailblazer, with low price point, aims to lift brand

As sedan options dwindle, the small crossover gives Chevy a roomier, more mature-looking option than the Trax in one of the industry's hottest segments.

Dealership group's online platform a holiday hit

The Jim Ellis Dealership Group used its online platform to sell more than 400 cars over Memorial Day weekend.

‘Juiced' RAV4 outsells nonhybrid version

The Toyota RAV4 hybrid outsold the regular RAV4 for the first time in June, which helps make the case that hybrids tuned for added power and torque are attractive to light-truck buyers.

At Walser, ‘the future is now'

Walser Automotive Group in Minnesota introduced service pickup and drop-off and remote deliveries once the coronavirus upended business as usual. Its CEO says they're here to stay.